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We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, and then scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
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PO Box 1498
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102
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Submitted by: Skip in PA. on Jun 22, 2016Good afternoon Harold!
Just checking in with you. Lefty continues to be a great addition to the family. We are very pleased with how he has adjusted. Ruth and I spend approximately 2-3 hours per day spoiling him rotten! Lefty appears to be catching on very quick with the commands. Do you have any training suggestions other than to continue with the yard work and reinforcing the commands? Have you shot any birds over Lefty, or does he need to be introduced to the gun?
Hope all is well with you (especially the knee)?
Submitted by: Michael in TX on Jun 21, 2016Harold, thanks for BiebelBrittany Chase! He has turned out to be such a loving family dog. So much that I was worried whether he would "man up" and do well with birds. The trainer says he is doing great -super high enthusiasm for bird finding. I'll have to send some better 'action shots' later. Take care and pray for our Country. Michael in TX.
Submitted by: Skip in PA on Jun 09, 2016Harold: Just checking in with you. I wanted to say hello and that I have not forgot about you. I did promise you some pictures.
Lefty has fit in with the family and is doing very well! We are extremely happy to have him! We are spending as much time each day with him as possible. I think he has adjusted to his new home very well. Looking forward to Montana in October. Skip in PA
Submitted by: Pastor Mark in INdiana on Jun 02, 2016Harold. Oh man October November December can't get here fast enough. My brother-in-law who is training Rosie says she is a quick learner and has a great attitude and temperament. Pastor Mark in IN.
Submitted by: Kelsey USMC on Jun 01, 2016Kelsey, we breed BiebelBrittany bird dogs, we breed BiebelBrittany duck dogs and now we breed BiebelBrittany lizard dog!! Thanks for the photo. Harold.
Harold, Out in southern California, we don't have the normal prey you are sending pictures out of, but we do have plenty of lizards. Penny loves to chase them and can spend all afternoon stalking them in the backyard. She usually isn't too successful at catching them though. I've attached her with one she caught this weekend and then was playing with. She is a great dog, thanks! Kelsey USMC.
Submitted by: John in NJ on May 31, 2016Harold How are you. It's John from NJ. Picked up bane the black lab from you back in April. Just touching base with you. He is amazing. Had him in the water today for the very first time. If you don't mind I will send you updates of his progress. He is a handful. Hope all is well with you. Again from the bottom of my heart thank you for him. He's amazing. Talk to you soon. Here's the video. Video credit my 4 yr old son. Lol All the best John in NJ
Submitted by: Shaun in MT on May 30, 2016Harold. Don't feel bad. I caught Ed calling a Blue grouse a Sharptail. That he had in his yard this year. Lots of birds out there and I spend a lot of time behind the scope watching birds. My great grandmother got me into it when I was very young.
The dogs are great. I have 42 quail eggs in the incubator and 18 in the pen. Lots of training around here. Keeping the dogs close to the house as the antelope just had the fawns. We have twins fawns just on the other side of the fence to the east. This happens every year, we have had them in the yard in the past.
Shaun in MT
Submitted by: Bill in NC on May 25, 20164-25-15 Harold. Annie is the easiest puppy I have ever started.She rode all the way home to NC on my lap,we stopped every couple hours to walk her and she peed every time.She has NOT had an accident in the house (knock on wood I don't jinx myself here) yet,and each time I let her out of her kennel she goes straight to the door.I take her out and she pees and poops in about the same spot,and then she comes in and sits on my lap and watches TV.
The only commands that I use on a new puppy are 'her name' and 'here' over and over ,and I think she's beginning to get it.
She's beautiful,and playful,and appears to be very smart .So glad I picked your kennel.
ps,good tip about the cottage cheese,she eats her food aggressively,and I checked it out online,and found good things.I had never heard about that before,but I'll always do it from now on. Bill.
Submitted by: Bill in NC on May 25, 2016Harold, Thanks for plugging Annie's picture in PDJ .Sorry to hear about Trixie. I'm so glad I got one of her last pups,we are so proud of Annie! We started her obedience training last summer,and she picked up everything so quickly; she ranges well,points and retrieves. Bill.
Submitted by: Kristi on May 17, 2016Hello, Harold. Just wanted to give you another Ivy update. She's been doing great. Our other dog, Clark, has responded really well to her, and she's becoming more playful every day. Oh- and bonus- she sleeps through the night. That's so rare!! We couldn't be happier. Thank you so much!!
Kristi PS- I took her to work with me today, and she weighs 18 lbs! What a little butterball!!